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Lengths in Ohio[edit]

From the SLDs

  • Hamilton 36.08
  • Clermont 18.43
  • Brown 8.41-0.01
  • Highland 28.59
  • Ross 37.68
  • Vinton 30.16
  • Athens 39.04
  • Washington 10.61

Lengths in California[edit]

From the bridge log

  • Yolo 3.16
  • Sacramento 21.74+2.48
  • El Dorado 80.44+3.93-4.22+32.16-32.49

Lengths in Illinois[edit]

From the GIS data

  • Monroe 3.55
  • St. Clair 12.80-4.71+16.17+4.44+4.2-3.58+5.64
  • Clinton 32.02
  • Marion 1.45+14.68-14.42-1.45+24.23
  • Clay 23.73
  • Richland 20.97
  • Lawrence 21.59